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Fatality Report

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Each day, the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office highlights the current number of fatalities for the year in an effort to encourage Oklahoma drivers to remember that driving safely has a real impact on our state and the lives of its inhabitants. 

Fatality Reduction Goal:  

Current Goals
 Short TermIntermediateLong Term
Year201920202021
Fatalities646637628

 

2017 Fatalities / 2018 Goal / 2019 Goal

2017 Status20182019
OHPPoliceTotalProjectedGoalYTDGoalYTD
443214657645691655646607

 

Oklahoma Daily Traffic Fatality Report

Date2019 (Preliminary Data)2020 (Preliminary Data)Increase/Decrease
OHPPoliceTotalOHPPoliceTotalOHPPoliceTotal
April 1
000101101
April 1-000101101
Year-to-date89231121002912911617

Reflects preliminary reports received by DPS as of April 2 of each year.

Oklahoma's Statewide Collision Reduction Goals
(all categories)

Category2019 (short term)2020 (intermediate)2021 (long term)
Fatalities646637628
Fatality rate per 100 M VMT*1.341.321.30
Serious Injuries2,6172,4702,322
Unbelted Fatalities210198185
Impaired Driving Fatalities139127115

  * 100 million vehicle miles travelled   

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A green light on the safety signal means fatalities are lower than at this time last year; a red light means fatalities are higher than at this time last year; a yellow light means the number of fatalities is unchanged.